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I apologize for an extended quotation, but there's really little to add to what this article says. I've just highlighted the most outstanding details: By far the easiest way to pay an electric bill in Thailand is to go to your local 7-Eleven or Tesco Lotus Express, which can be found on practically every town block. Make sure to bring the original bill ...


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General advice: Don't wait until the last day/week to inform them, you risk having to pay some extra days if there is a minimum notification period before cancellation; It is usually possible to specify the effective cancellation date in advance (e.g. up to 60 days in advance, according to Orange). That said, sometimes there are specific conditions to be ...


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This FAQ from EDF indicates that you can do it at any time and don't need to do it advance (“sans préavis“). You will need to collect a meter reading 24 hours before leaving and call EDF again at this time. This other page suggests that stopping the contract about 10 days before leaving is best, in case a technician needs to come for some reason (I think it'...


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The utility company might do one or more of several things, depending on the size of the debt: Write off the debt Chase you for the money Pass the debt to a debt collection agency Obtain a court judgement in your absence Something else Whatever they elect to do, they will note your default on their records, and notify any credit reference agencies they ...


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From Waternet: Vertrekt u uit Nederland? Geef uw nieuwe adres door aan één van de 19 gemeentes waar dit kan. De gemeente stuurt uw gegevens ook naar ons door. Meestal verlagen wij uw aanslag. Hierover krijgt u dan vanzelf bericht van ons. Google translate: Are you leaving the Netherlands? Pass on your new address to one of the 19 municipalities* where ...


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Many condo buildings allow basic utilities (but not always electricity) to be paid at the condo management office. Looking at your bill, it looks like this is how you should pay this bill.


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Many utilities, but not all small municipal utility companies like those in Alexander Dunlap's link, will accept an alternate form of identification such as a driver's license number or passport. They may also require a large deposit in such circumstances. The ID and deposit requirements may be defined in state utility regulations or may be a matter of ...


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Update as things progress: In late September, WaterNet sent me a letter, informing me my annual service charge was being reduced by 55.08 EUR. So, apparently they got informed at some point about my de-registration. However - the total charge had been 269.56 EUR, and I left after 169 of 364 days of the year, so that din't make sense. I've written them to ...


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Water, gas, electricity: If you have a direct contract with them (it does not go though the person/company you rent from), visit their website or phone them up and cancel your agreement. Depending on the company, there may be a notice periode. Have your customer number etc. ready. You may also need the gas/water/electricity usage numbers, if they don't have ...


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Most bigger stores will have a counter were you pay bills and, often, a money exchange, where you can load cards it sells. Many banks adjacent to their ATMs have a bill pay online; it is the machine door that opens up & you put cash into to pay. It's like an ATM, select bill pay on the screen above and it takes cash. You can also go to a bank and buy a ...


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